This Peanut Butter Protein Smoothie is a quick and easy choice perfect for breakfast during your pregnancy! It’s packed with protein and has other great things for your healthy pregnancy diet.
1 cup plain Greek yoghurt
½ cup peanut butter
½ cup milk
Peel and slice the banana.
Add the banana slices, the plain Greek yoghurt, the peanut butter, and the milk into a blender.
Blend ingredients together until smooth.
Begin adding ice and blend it into mixture until desired consistency is reached.
Pour smoothie into a cup and enjoy!
very important thing that you need to be getting plenty of during pregnancy is
protein! Protein is made up of amino acids. These amino acids are the building
blocks of the body and will help to ensure a healthy placenta and healthy baby.
Additionally, protein helps with healthy
weight gain during pregnancy and plays an important role in stabilizing a
pregnant woman’s blood sugar.
Recipe Description: This Peanut
Butter Protein Smoothie is a quick and easy choice perfect for breakfast during
your pregnancy! It’s packed with protein and has other great things for your
healthy pregnancy diet like banana for potassium and fibre as well as milk for
calcium and vitamin D. This simple breakfast can even be taken with you on the go.This smoothie is refreshing,
energizing and delicious!
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